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CD Reviews: Falling Off A Clef and Extreme Prejudice
Posted By: Jon Aanensen , David Coscina 6/21/2005 - 9:00 PM

CD Reviews: Falling Off A Clef and Extreme Prejudice



Falling Off A Clef *** 1/2

VINCE DiCOLA

TDRS Music

26 tracks - 59:41
 
When film score fans hear the name Vince DiCola, most probably think back to 1984's Rocky IV. DiCola's "Training Montage" and "War" have become classics, and were both featured on th
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Jay Ferguson Interview
Posted By: Jon Aanensen 11/30/2004 - 9:00 PM

Jay Ferguson Interview

By Jon Aanensen

Jay Ferguson was a member of the rock groups Spirit and Jo Jo Gunne in the '70s, before he started a solo-career in the early '80s. In 1985, he started scoring movies, and he's still active in the business. Here are some questions about his career that I managed to ask him in the middle of his tight schedule:

Jon Aanensen: What made
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CD Reviews: Touching the Void and Trade Offs
Posted By: Jon Aanensen , Steven A. Kennedy 6/27/2004 - 9:00 PM
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Lost Issue Wednesday: Electronic Scores of the 1980s
Posted By: Jon Aanensen 3/6/2001 - 9:00 PM

Lost Issue Wednesday: Electronic Scores of the 1980s


by Jon Aanensen

From its beginnings, film music has been characterized by trends in style and instrumentation. Some of them have disappeared fast while others have become an epidemic lasting for many years. Back when the mighty 1980s were lurking head of us, a "new" way of composing music for films was arriving on the scene. Computers, synthesizers and keyboards became a common and important tool

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